In light of celebrating Easter, I’ve dedicated this post to shapes of furniture inspired from the “egg shape”. Rounded edge furniture were more common in the Retro days. Jaime Hayon, a spanish designer has brought the Retro edged furnishing into a urban space setting, where his works are styled with the contemporary touch that credit inspiration to vintage shapes.
This particular design caught my fancy, the project is FAVN for Fritz Hansen. This is a collaboration work between Jaime Hayon and Danish designer Fritz Hansen. The shape of the sofa is inspired and based on a shell. He explains it as a piece with a protective exterior, and an embracing interior. I’m so glad to have found this piece for my Easter post!
There are many beautiful shades of basics and brights.
Jaime Hayon is renowned for his works. His portfolio from his studio includes collections of designer toys, beautiful ceramics and a stunning furniture range. Amongst all of those creations, he has also done a few interiors and design installations. This particular installation fits perfectly in this Easter post. Jaime Hayon took part in renovating the information center for the Groninger Museum in December 2010, Netherlands’s contemporary art and design museum.
Hope you all had a fantastic Easter weekend!